A Graduate Certificate in Chaplaincy is a master’s level course of study that generally prepares the student to assume ministry roles inside and outside of the traditional church setting such as a hospital or nursing home chaplain, the military, prisons, hospice facilities, group homes, and homeless shelters. Given the variety of non-traditional locations that chaplains operate, students earning a certificate of chaplaincy often encounter unchurched individuals and serve as missionaries to their communities and to the groups that they serve. There are many accredited seminaries with Chaplaincy Certificates.
A seminary certificate for chaplaincy would equip the missionary, pastor, or christian worker in the theological skills and pastoral care strategies necessary to deal with the spiritual needs of a variety of individuals and people groups.
Seminaries with Chaplaincy Certificates
- Denver Seminary (Certificate in Chaplaincy)
See more seminary and divinity school programs:
- Master of Divinity
- Master of Arts in Chaplaincy and Pastoral Care
- Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling
- Master of Science in Marital and Family Therapy
- Master of Theological Studies and Master of Science in Nursing
Or, check out all the accredited seminary programs listed.